The ever-expanding reach of technology means that how we presently communicate and will communicate in the future becomes linked to us visually.
With over 7,000 chemicals released every time you light a cigarette, it’s no surprise that smoking is one of the leading causes of preventable death worldwide. But with 1.3 Billion people actively smoking, what actually happens when you stop smoking?
The human mind can only perceive three dimensions of physical space and then the fourth dimension of time. Jason Silva looks at how out of the many things we perceive, music takes us on a journey that paints on the canvas of time. According to him we are four dimensional engineers looking for the next amazing experience to immerse ourselves in.
The balance of life tends towards conformity and following of rules in society. The main purpose of this is to instill an attitude of cohesion to work towards the common goal. But then sometimes the artist comes along and shatters those perceptions.
“I think it’s fair to say that by design human beings are complainers.” Jason Silva
Shots Of Awe examines the propensity of human beings to look at the world around them and find fault or complain.
On the night out while looking for love there’s nothing like having the support of a friend. Known sometimes as a “wingman” or “wingwoman,” the term originates from fighter jet pilots where the wingman’s job is to support and protect the lead pilot. Asap SCIENCE looks at the phenomenon of looking for dates in groups and how effective it is.
A lot of people look forward to New Year’s Eve but many end up disappointed and there are some interesting legitimate reasons why this happens.